Swing by City Hall Park to check out it’s new installation made with just found household objects.
This week, the Public Art Fund unveiled it’s latest in a series of interesting art installations across the city this year. “B. Wurtz: Kitchen Trees” is the debut public art installation of New York based artist B. Wurtz. This five-sculpture exhibition is made from everyday items found in the kitchen, offering viewers an opportunity to develop a newfound appreciation for the value and beauty of everyday materials.
According to the Public Art Fund website,
“This playful exhibition temporarily transforms the civic space of City Hall Park with five imaginative arboreal sculptures. They appear to grow like an oasis around the park’s historic fountain, echoing its circular forms and the spray of its jets with a splash of whimsy. Their composition is poised between meticulous order and energetic spontaneity, just as they simultaneously mimic and contrast the natural flora nearby.”
The installation will be up until December 7th so you’ll have plenty of time to walk through the park to check it out! Find out more about the Public Art Fund and their installations here.
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